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... Issue 4) April 1984 Last | Contents | Next Issue 4 Western Goals LA Police Settle For $1 .8 million Leonard Doyle, Guardian 24th February 1984. Sued by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for illegal surveillance of private citizens, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) settled out of court. LAPD's Public Disorder and Intelligence Division were accused of 'organising a massive spying operation providing right-wing organisations with a sophisticated computer and handing on extensive files on suspects. ' Here is the tip of an enormous iceberg. The best (brief) account we know of is February's issue of The Hustler, the US porno mag. owned by Larry Flynt. Much ...
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... of her - and maybe, as a working journalist, she is just better at the job. For whatever reason, Henze's little book is going to get buried by Sterling's, and it is hers I will concentrate on. As with her last book, The Terror Network, much of her 'evidence' is attributed to unidentified police and intelligence officers. This bothered me less than it did with The Terror Network. This book is more modest in its ambitions, more tightly focused, the unattributable assertions more thoroughly supported by (potentially) checkable material. Her thesis, and the book, is in two sections. In the first she takes the reader through the stages of ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 78  -  01 Apr 1984  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue04/lob04-01.htm
23. Clippings Jan./Feb. 1984 [Lobster #4 (Apr 1984)]
... plastic bullets, water cannon, tear gas on 'probably violent' demonstrations. police to fingerprint everyone in an area where a serious crime has been committed. But 80% disapproved of police phone tapping. Police and Criminal Evidence Bill Government guaranteed pupils' confidential school records will be immune from police seizure. Daily Telegraph 18th January 1984. Police Intelligence Files A box of said found on rubbish tip in Edinburgh. Contents confirm that the police are keeping files on almost everybody. Described by police spokesperson as 'basic criminal intelligence', files were mostly about non-criminals. Sunday Times 8th January 1984. DHSS fraud squads to be trained by police at police colleges. Guardian 3rd February ...
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24. The CIA and Mountbatten [Lobster #4 (Apr 1984)]
... Richard Deacon's book 'With My Little Eye' (Frederick Muller, London 1982). Deacon's contact 'Poe', who had served with OSS and CIA told him: "At the time of your security scandals in the early sixties we tried to coax our computer to check on our findings on some of your top people in the services and intelligence services. The computer couldn't tell us who was or wasn't a spy, but it could assess people as to what extent they were a security risk. Do you know who came top of our security risk list? None other than your own Admiral of the Fleet, Lord Mountbatten. He rated six times higher than Philby. If ...
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... the 'Team B' fraud was ex CIA Arthur Cox, who exploded the 'Team B' exercise in the New York Review of Books, 6th November 1980. The bureaucratic struggle within the US government over the estimates of Soviet military capability tends to get overlooked in favour of the more exciting aspects of US foreign policy and the work of US intelligence agencies. This is a pity, because those estimates form the basis for the official US government definition of 'reality'. A low estimate of Soviet spending/capabilities makes it difficult to persuade Congress to fund the military's programs. There is a very interesting and much neglected study of this process by Lawrence Freedman (now Professor Freedman) ...
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26. Operation Brogue [Lobster #4 (Apr 1984)]
... bugging was merely one part of a complicated story which leads to a failed 1982 MI6 coup against then Prime Minister Charles Haughey. The story (Sunday News 25th March 1984) is long, complicated, and itself apparently based on press reports from the Irish Republic. These, in turn, are based on information from former Irish Republic Counter Intelligence personnel. But these, albeit at third hand, seem to be the main points. And if it isn't very clear it's because the Sunday News report is pretty fuzzy in places. The bugging led to the discovery that Britain's MI5 had recruited a group (numbers unspecified) of Irish Special Branch personnel, apparently to get information on ...
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27. The Anti-CND Groups. Ingrams [Lobster #4 (Apr 1984)]
... Ingram is something special, a perfect killing machine; and to acquire one legally you need the permission of the U.S . State Department. The M10/11, hand held, almost recoilless weapon was designed by Gordon Ingram and Mitch Werbell II, a mysterious White Russian, OSS-China veteran small arms manufacturer and occasional US intelligence operative. Werbell has been termed a 'creative genius' by weapons historians for his designs of noise suppressors for automatic weapons and for his other 'silent kill' devices. He has been called the 'principal supplier of the CIA's most sophisticated weapons' (in "Ken Burnstine" by Gaeton Fonzi, in Gold Coast May 1982). Werbell's ...
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28. Starting Notes On The British In Vietnam [Lobster #4 (Apr 1984)]
... the involvement of Rolls-Royce and Elliot-Automation in the supply of military hardware to US forces in Vietnam is given by Stephen Merrett in 'Red Camden', April/May 1969. During the Vietnam War the GCHQ monitoring station at Little Sai Wan in Hong Kong (UKC 201 in the international Sigint network) provided the Americans with intelligence up to 1975, long after Harold Wilson had - publicly at least - expressed his Government's opposition to the war. The NSA co-ordinated all signals intelligence in SE Asia, and Little Sai Wan was linked to this operation. Its intercepts of North Vietnamese military traffic were used by American military command to target bombing strikes over the ...
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29. Lobster Issue 4: Contents [Lobster #4 (Apr 1984)]
... also... © 2001 Lobster Contents | Cover Image Shooting The Pope The Time of The Assassins: The Inside Story of the Plot to Kill the Pope The Plot to Kill the Pope British In Vietnam; Some Beginnings Western Goals Kincoragate: Loose Ends The Soviet 'threat' Northern Ireland More On The Anti CND Groups CIA and Mountbatten British Intelligence Ops In Northern Ireland Bank Havens: Exposures Of The Rich In Brief Books Behind World Revolution: The Strange Career of Nesta H. Webster. Vol. 1 Ireland and the Propaganda War Clippings Digest Jan/Feb The Security Industry The Lobster is a journal/newsletter about intelligence, parapolitics, state structures and so forth. (The ...
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30. Golitsyn [Lobster #5 (Aug 1984)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 5) August 1984 Last | Contents | Next Issue 5 Golitsyn One of the recurring sub-themes of the literature on intelligence systems in the West in the past decade has been the status of the claims made by KGB defector Golitsyn. Until recently all the book-reading public knew about Golitsyn was (a ) that he has exposed some (relatively minor) Soviet operations; (b ) made a series of quite bizarre sounding claims to the effect that the divisions within the Communist bloc were a device to mislead the capitalist states in the West; and (c ) that the KGB had ...
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